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Art and Design school career workshops on the go. These podcasts are a mix of creative business information, artist talks (what artists actually DO) and career and job hunting tips for creatives.

Latest Episodes

026: Sensory Structures: Embodied Experience of Public Spaces

Co-facilitated by Seher Erdoğan Ford (Architecture). Sensory perception is closely tied to individual memory-building and cultural conditioning; with this in mind, how can the sensory experience of space be considered when designing for and occupied by the general public? Further, how would the inclusion of embodied knowledge into the “objectivist” paradigm inflect your field of research? Does moving away from this dichotomy bring into focus something about the human experience or is it simply a distraction?No matter your discipline, if your work, research, practice or general interests are concerned with the sensorial attributes of a discipline, the affective experience of space, architecture as a register of memory and identity, etc., please join us for the conversation!

118 minJAN 14
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026: Sensory Structures: Embodied Experience of Public Spaces

025: (Potentially) Lost in Translation: Effectively Augmenting Science Communication

Co-facilitated by Dr. Erik Cordes (Biology). When communicating scientific research to a broader public, why does the narrative ordinarily center around ‘a problem’? This has the effect of tying the work to negative issues within policy, economy, culture, etc. in order to augment its perceived relevance. How can various ways of communicating scientific information using the language of other fields (ie: art, social sciences, etc.) make this a more positive message? Can these methods enhance or alter how science is weighed or used in making decisions? At what point during scientific research should other fields become involved?No matter your discipline, if your work, research, practice or general interests are concerned with science communication, the expansion or redefinition of a scientific community, the impact of science upon other disciplinary spheres, etc., please join us for the conversation!

136 minJAN 14
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025: (Potentially) Lost in Translation: Effectively Augmenting Science Communication

024: Be Big in Japan

Temple's Tokyo campus is getting a brand new building in 2019 including improved art facilities. Hear from Tyler students who have studied there, as well as TUJ printmaking faculty Louise Rouse, about what's available for a semester or year abroad atJapancampus.

35 min2019 FEB 12
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024: Be Big in Japan

ArtMarket Alumni Speak

These are on-the-spot interviews with Tyler Alumni at the 2018 Art Market held on October 19, 2018. I asked several alumni what they wish they knew when they were at Tyler. Hopefully, you'll hear this and learn what they wish they knew while you're here!

10 min2018 OCT 23
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ArtMarket Alumni Speak

022: Free Speech & Censorship in Visual Images

Moderator: Sandra Suárez, Professor of Political Science at Temple University Panelists: Signe Wilkinson, Editorial Cartoonist, Philly.com Laura Little, Professor of Law and Government, Temple University Jennifer Cruté, Comic Artist & Graphic Designer

67 min2018 AUG 9
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022: Free Speech & Censorship in Visual Images

Seizing Opportunities Alumni Panel

Listen to this panel discussion from people who are doing rather unexpected things with their degrees. They will tell you a little bit about how they got where they are, plus give you some excellent advice to help you navigate your own creative life and career! Holly Quinn • Melissa Hamilton • Ryan Sun • Jordan Spector; Moderated by Fiona Fackler

64 min2018 JUL 12
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Seizing Opportunities Alumni Panel

Creative Entrepreneurship Bootcamp Panel

This is the opening panel discussion from our Artist as EntrepreneurBootcamp workshop held January 20, 2018. Panelists include: Ashley Peel Pinkham, co-owner, Philadelphia Independents TifficaBenza, co-owner, Philadelphia Independents Joy Stember, owner, Joy Stember Metal Arts Studio William Farr, owner, Will Farr Design Emily Logan, Moderator If you would like to read their full bios, click here to download.

32 min2018 JUN 9
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Creative Entrepreneurship Bootcamp Panel

The Artist as Entrepreneur Panel Discussion

Strategies for: Securing fellowships, Residencies and Awards • Securing agents, galleries, distributors • DIY distribution/exhibition. Facilitator: LeAnn Erickson, FMA Dept (tfma.temple.edu/staff-faculty/leann-erikson). Panel: Kari Scott,Tyler School of Art (tyler.temple.edu/careers-opportunities); Sara Zia Ebrahimi, Leeway Foundation (www.leeway.org); Barbara Gorka, Director of Fellowships Advising (www.temple.edu/vpus/fellowships); Andrew Simonet, Artists U (www.artistsu.org)

79 min2017 AUG 23
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The Artist as Entrepreneur Panel Discussion

Preparing for Museum Education by Blake Bradford

Tyler's Department of Art History Presents a Guest Lecture: Blake Bradford from Lincoln University talking about “Preparing for Careers in Museums.” This lecture was recorded on Monday, April 10, 2017 in Anderson Hall 007. Blake Bradford is the newly appointed director of the museum studies program at Lincoln University, which works closely with the Barnes Foundation and was formerly Bernard C. Watson Director of Education at the Barnes Foundation.

63 min2017 AUG 12
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Preparing for Museum Education by Blake Bradford

017: A Conversation with Chris Peterson

A conversation with Chris Peterson, Temple Career Coach for the Arts and Liberal Arts, and Tyler Student Life Assistant Director Kari Scott, about what a career coach does and why you want to see one. For more on Career Services at Tyler visit the Tyler Career Services page. To take the Focus2 career assessment, visit this page, and to make an appointment with Chris or one of Temple's other Career Coaches, visit here.

35 min2017 JUL 28
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017: A Conversation with Chris Peterson

Latest Episodes

026: Sensory Structures: Embodied Experience of Public Spaces

Co-facilitated by Seher Erdoğan Ford (Architecture). Sensory perception is closely tied to individual memory-building and cultural conditioning; with this in mind, how can the sensory experience of space be considered when designing for and occupied by the general public? Further, how would the inclusion of embodied knowledge into the “objectivist” paradigm inflect your field of research? Does moving away from this dichotomy bring into focus something about the human experience or is it simply a distraction?No matter your discipline, if your work, research, practice or general interests are concerned with the sensorial attributes of a discipline, the affective experience of space, architecture as a register of memory and identity, etc., please join us for the conversation!

118 minJAN 14
Comments
026: Sensory Structures: Embodied Experience of Public Spaces

025: (Potentially) Lost in Translation: Effectively Augmenting Science Communication

Co-facilitated by Dr. Erik Cordes (Biology). When communicating scientific research to a broader public, why does the narrative ordinarily center around ‘a problem’? This has the effect of tying the work to negative issues within policy, economy, culture, etc. in order to augment its perceived relevance. How can various ways of communicating scientific information using the language of other fields (ie: art, social sciences, etc.) make this a more positive message? Can these methods enhance or alter how science is weighed or used in making decisions? At what point during scientific research should other fields become involved?No matter your discipline, if your work, research, practice or general interests are concerned with science communication, the expansion or redefinition of a scientific community, the impact of science upon other disciplinary spheres, etc., please join us for the conversation!

136 minJAN 14
Comments
025: (Potentially) Lost in Translation: Effectively Augmenting Science Communication

024: Be Big in Japan

Temple's Tokyo campus is getting a brand new building in 2019 including improved art facilities. Hear from Tyler students who have studied there, as well as TUJ printmaking faculty Louise Rouse, about what's available for a semester or year abroad atJapancampus.

35 min2019 FEB 12
Comments
024: Be Big in Japan

ArtMarket Alumni Speak

These are on-the-spot interviews with Tyler Alumni at the 2018 Art Market held on October 19, 2018. I asked several alumni what they wish they knew when they were at Tyler. Hopefully, you'll hear this and learn what they wish they knew while you're here!

10 min2018 OCT 23
Comments
ArtMarket Alumni Speak

022: Free Speech & Censorship in Visual Images

Moderator: Sandra Suárez, Professor of Political Science at Temple University Panelists: Signe Wilkinson, Editorial Cartoonist, Philly.com Laura Little, Professor of Law and Government, Temple University Jennifer Cruté, Comic Artist & Graphic Designer

67 min2018 AUG 9
Comments
022: Free Speech & Censorship in Visual Images

Seizing Opportunities Alumni Panel

Listen to this panel discussion from people who are doing rather unexpected things with their degrees. They will tell you a little bit about how they got where they are, plus give you some excellent advice to help you navigate your own creative life and career! Holly Quinn • Melissa Hamilton • Ryan Sun • Jordan Spector; Moderated by Fiona Fackler

64 min2018 JUL 12
Comments
Seizing Opportunities Alumni Panel

Creative Entrepreneurship Bootcamp Panel

This is the opening panel discussion from our Artist as EntrepreneurBootcamp workshop held January 20, 2018. Panelists include: Ashley Peel Pinkham, co-owner, Philadelphia Independents TifficaBenza, co-owner, Philadelphia Independents Joy Stember, owner, Joy Stember Metal Arts Studio William Farr, owner, Will Farr Design Emily Logan, Moderator If you would like to read their full bios, click here to download.

32 min2018 JUN 9
Comments
Creative Entrepreneurship Bootcamp Panel

The Artist as Entrepreneur Panel Discussion

Strategies for: Securing fellowships, Residencies and Awards • Securing agents, galleries, distributors • DIY distribution/exhibition. Facilitator: LeAnn Erickson, FMA Dept (tfma.temple.edu/staff-faculty/leann-erikson). Panel: Kari Scott,Tyler School of Art (tyler.temple.edu/careers-opportunities); Sara Zia Ebrahimi, Leeway Foundation (www.leeway.org); Barbara Gorka, Director of Fellowships Advising (www.temple.edu/vpus/fellowships); Andrew Simonet, Artists U (www.artistsu.org)

79 min2017 AUG 23
Comments
The Artist as Entrepreneur Panel Discussion

Preparing for Museum Education by Blake Bradford

Tyler's Department of Art History Presents a Guest Lecture: Blake Bradford from Lincoln University talking about “Preparing for Careers in Museums.” This lecture was recorded on Monday, April 10, 2017 in Anderson Hall 007. Blake Bradford is the newly appointed director of the museum studies program at Lincoln University, which works closely with the Barnes Foundation and was formerly Bernard C. Watson Director of Education at the Barnes Foundation.

63 min2017 AUG 12
Comments
Preparing for Museum Education by Blake Bradford

017: A Conversation with Chris Peterson

A conversation with Chris Peterson, Temple Career Coach for the Arts and Liberal Arts, and Tyler Student Life Assistant Director Kari Scott, about what a career coach does and why you want to see one. For more on Career Services at Tyler visit the Tyler Career Services page. To take the Focus2 career assessment, visit this page, and to make an appointment with Chris or one of Temple's other Career Coaches, visit here.

35 min2017 JUL 28
Comments
017: A Conversation with Chris Peterson
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